tenet images

Everyone is waiting to see if Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet will arrive this summer. The latest epic from Nolan was originally set for July 17, got moved to July 31, and is now scheduled for August 12. Time will tell if that date holds, but for now, we have two exclusive Tenet images from the upcoming book The Secrets of Tenet: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War. See the behind-the-scenes images below.

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tenet release date delay

Perhaps it’s cruel fate that Christopher Nolan‘s new movie, Tenet, deals with the concept of time, because the release date for his highly-anticipated spy thriller is hopping all over the calendar. A new report says that after Warner Bros. recently delayed Tenet from its original July 14 release date to July 31, the film has now been pushed back yet again, this time to August 12, 2020.
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tenet details

Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet is bathed in mystery. Among the questions that surround the film are “Will this really open in July” and “What the hell is this movie even about?” While the question of the July release still hangs in the air, a new, somewhat in-depth profile of the film has shed some light on what Nolan and company have coming our way.

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tenet release date

Warner Bros. has been playing a game of chicken with the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and the theatrical release of Tenet, which until last week was sticking by its mid-July release date. But when the studio announced the expected delay of the highly anticipated Christopher Nolan film, the new release date — set for just two weeks later — was met with a few raised eyebrows. Many wondered why the studio was so insistent on keeping Tenet in July, despite the likelihood that there would be few changes to the state of the pandemic in just two weeks. According to a new report, Warner Bros. would actually prefer to delay Tenet even further, but are keeping the July release date to appease Nolan.

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tenet release date

It’s official: Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet will no longer make its July 17 release date. But if you’re disappointed about that news, take heart: the film is only being delayed by a few weeks, and will now open on July 31. Warner Bros. will still capitalize on the July 17 date by re-releasing Nolan’s Inception in theaters for the film’s 10th anniversary. More on the new Tenet release date below.

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tenet tv spot

So many questions surround Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet. Just what the heck is the movie about? If it’s not about time travel, how does all the time-bending we see in the trailer work? And will the movie actually open in theaters in July? These questions still remain unanswered, but one thing we now know about the flick, directly from Nolan himself, is that it’s action-packed. In fact, Nolan says it has more action than any film he’s made before. And now there’s a new TV spot that gives us even more glimpses of all that action.

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tenet influences

Despite his reputation as a director of groundbreaking and mind-bending films, Christopher Nolan is a stickler for tradition. Just as he passionately fights for the practice of shooting on film, Nolan pushes the casts of his films to appreciate the classics — gathering up his cast and crew before each of his productions start to screen movies that serve as inspirations for their respective projects. Before filming The Dark Knight, Nolan made everyone watch Michael Mann’s Heat, while the cast of Dunkirk was given the homework of All Quiet on the Western Front and The Battle of Algiers. But Nolan broke his own tradition for the first time by avoiding all Bond films before and during the filming of his upcoming movie, Tenet.

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Tenet Plane Crash

While the world waits to see if Christopher Nolan‘s new film Tenet will actually make it to theaters in July, part of the usual marketing blitz is still happening thanks to magazines who need to publish the stories they planned out months in advance. In this case, not only are we getting a handful of new Tenet photos, but we’re learning that director Christopher Nolan actually crashed a real 747 airplane for a key action sequence in the movie. But not from the sky. It’s not quite that dramatic. Read More »

tenet details

There’s no question that Christopher Nolan‘s upcoming Tenet is one of the most highly anticipated movies of the year. Though the film itself is still shrouded in mystery, every time Nolan puts out a film, it’s groundbreaking, or mind-bending, or unpredictable in some way. And Tenet is no exception, according to star John David Washington. In fact, it may be so ground-breaking that it could be the milestone for where the “next 10, 15 years of filmmaking” will go, Washington teases.

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Tenet Changes Logo

When the first trailer for Christopher Nolan‘s new film Tenet came along, it arrived with a simple, slick title logo that inverted the last two letters in the title, referencing the “time inversion” that’s at the center of the movie’s plot. However, that logo looks almost exactly the same as one used by a bicycle components company based out of Washington, and since they were first on the scene with the logo design, Warner Bros. Pictures has changed the film’s logo, as evidenced by the end of the recent trailer. Read More »